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LA BioMed President and CEO will be named president of the American Judicature Society

LOS ANGELES (July 8, 2009) Carole Wagner Vallianos, Esq., president and CEO of the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (LA BioMed), will be inaugurated as the president of the American Judicature Society at its Annual Meeting in Chicago on July 30. Founded...

LA BioMed researcher honored for excellence in education

LOS ANGELES (June 9, 2009) Carl D. Stevens, MD, MPH, a researcher at Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (LA BioMed), recently received the Award for Excellence in Education from UCLA. The David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California, Los ...

LA BioMed researcher receives clinical teaching award

LOS ANGELES (June 1, 2009) Darryl Y. Sue, MD, an investigator at the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute (LA BioMed) will receive the Serge & Yvette Dadone Clinical Teaching Award for his "sustained excellence as a teacher" on Friday. The David Geffen School of Medicine at the Universit...

LA BioMed Vice President named champion of immunization

LOS ANGELES (May 19, 2009) The California Immunization Coalition recently bestowed the Natalie J. Smith, MD, MPH Immunization Champion Award upon Steve Baranov, vice president for community health at the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (LA BioMed) and exe...

Alpine Biomed Corporation to Integrate Bravo pH Monitoring With GastroTrac Software to Enhance Gastrodiagnostic Testing Capabilities

Company Signs Agreement with Given Imaging Ltd. to Offer Customers Integrated Testing Solution FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., May 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Alpine Biomed Corporation, a global leader in specialty diagnostic devices, announced today that it has signed an agreement with Given Imaging Ltd. to...

Four legendary LA BioMed physician-researchers honored

LOS ANGELES (April 27, 2009) In recognition of their distinguished contributions to science, the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (LA BioMed) will honor four of its legendary physician-scientists at its sixth annual "Legends" dinner celebration May 12 at Tru...

Sickle cell treatment developed at LA BioMed approved for phase 3 clinical trial

LOS ANGELES (April 23, 2009) The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) gave its approval this week for Emmaus Medical, Inc. to begin a Phase 3 clinical trial of an experimental treatment for sickle cell disease. The patented experimental treatment was originally developed by investigators led by Yu...

Genyous Biomed Announces Private Placement Financing

Company will leverage multivalent drug development platform, expand oncology pipeline, and explore potential for other chronic diseases REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Jan. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Genyous Biomed International Inc. ("Genyous") announced today that it has entered into a $36 million private ...

Alpine Biomed Acquires Stellate to Create New Leader in Neurology Diagnostics Market

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Jan. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Alpine Biomed Corporation, a global leader in specialty diagnostic devices, announced today that it has acquired Stellate Systems Inc. Headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Stellate specializes in the development and production of advanced neurodi...

LA BioMed researchers among Southern California Super Doctors

TORRANCE (Dec. 4, 2008) In a statewide survey of medical professionals, 38 physician-scientists from the Los Angeles Biomedical Research Institute at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center (LA BioMed) are honored for being among Southern California Super Doctors, according to the December issue of Los Angel...
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Save-the-date: Major nanotech, energy, and biomed meeting

Sept. 24, 2008 -- Next month in Boston, the AVS 55th International Symposium & Exhibition will showcase research from across the spectrum of science and engineering devoted to discoveries on the edge-in a vacuum, at interfaces, in plasmas, and in other controlled environments used to develop new m...

Excellence in open access research celebrated at BioMed Central awards dinner

The winners of the 2007 BioMed Central Research Awards were announced yesterday at an awards ceremony at the Royal Society of Medicine. The event was attended by shortlisted authors, eminent researchers from around the world, open access advocates and science journalists. The Research Awards, n...

Impressive new Impact Factors for BioMed Central's open-access journals

Eleven journals published by BioMed Central, the open access publisher, received their first Impact Factor this month. With nine journals in the top 10 of their 2005 Journal Citation Report* category, and ten journals with a 2005 Impact Factor exceeding 3.00, open access journals are confirmed as p...

Drug-proof zebrafish reveal secrets of addiction

... The effects of amphetamines on gene expression in zebrafish have been uncovered. This new study, published in biomed Central's open access journal Genome Biology , provides clues to the genetics that underlie susceptibility to addiction by describing the nad zebrafi...

'Canadian excellence' strengthened by extensive adoption of open access

... biomed Central and Wilfrid Laurier University today annou... members of the University community. Built on biomed Central's "Open Repository" system and using biomed Central's extensive open access knowledge and tech...

Enigmatic sea urchin structure catalogued

...ithin that group of marine invertebrates there exists a structural evolutionary interdependence of various internal organs. The research, published in biomed Central's open access journal Frontiers in Zoology , demonstrates that the approach of combining all structural data available on a given organ in co...

'Shock and kill' research gives new hope for HIV-1 eradication

... Latent HIV genes can be 'smoked out' of human cells. The so-called 'shock and kill' technique, described in a preclinical study in biomed Central's open access journal Retrovirology , might represent a new milestone along the way to the discovery of a cure for HIV/AIDS. Dr. Enrico G...

Open-access membership: Reporting tool brings convenience and control

...for open access publications, innovative publisher biomed Central announces the introduction of the "Online ...repay and Postpay Membership accounts. Building on biomed Central's cutting edge publishing platform, the ne...ss' submissions are published. The system gives biomed Central's members a timely, crucial tool to aid th...

Swine flu: What does it do to pigs?

... The effects of H1N1 swine flu have been investigated in a group of piglets. Scientists writing in biomed Central's open access Virology Journal studied the pathology of the virus, finding that all infected animals showed flu-like symptoms between one an...

Pfizer shows support for open access

...y announced details of a membership agreement with biomed Central to cover publication costs for research articles published by its researchers. Pfizer's biomed Central membership arrangement means that Pfizer w...izer when they submit a research article to one of biomed Central's 190+ peer-reviewed open access journals....

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KTA Capital Advises SpringTree Global Investors on an AU$25.5 Million Investment in Prima BioMed Ltd

SpringTree Special Opportunities Fund, LP ("SpringTree") announced today its AU$25,500,000 investment in Prima BioMed Ltd (ASX:PRR), an Australian Securities Exchange-listed oncology biotechnology company. KTA Capital acted as the exclusive financial advisor to SpringTree's general part...

Alpine Biomed Opens New Manufacturing Facility to Support Demand for Specialty Diagnostic Devices

Diagnostic Device Company Doubles Manufacturing Capacity; Expands Global Reach with Vietnam Facility FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Alpine Biomed Corporation, a global leader in specialty diagnostic devices, announced today that it has doubled its manufacturing capacity ...

Origin BioMed Awarded Red Herring Top 100 Global Company

Halifax-based consumer health products company recognized as a world technology leader HALIFAX, Nova Scotia, Jan. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Origin BioMed Inc., a privately-held Canadian consumer health products company, today announced that it has been awarded as one of the Red Herring Top 100 Glob...

PROTOMED SA Chooses HyperWorks to Simulate Implantable Medical Devices

...antly challenged to improve product performance, deliver quality and reliability and meet regulatory standards. CAE tools are increasingly used in the biomed industry to meet design and quality challenges and are gaining acceptance in validation processes. "Altair Engineering is happy to work with PR...

Nanotech particles affect brain development in mice

...oparticles of titanium dioxide (TiO2) affects the expression of genes related to the central nervous system in developing mice. Researchers writing in biomed Central's open access journal Particle and Fibre Toxicology found that mice whose mothers were injected with the nanoparticles while pregnant showed...

Genetically engineered bacteria compute the route

...esearchers have created 'bacterial computers' with the potential to solve complicated mathematics problems. The findings of the research, published in biomed Central's open access Journal of Biological Engineering , demonstrate that computing in living cells is feasible, opening the door to a number of app...

Fallopian tubes offer new stem cell source

...uman tissues normally discarded after surgical procedures could be a rich additional source of stem cells for regenerative medicine. New research from biomed Central's open access Journal of Translational Medicine shows for the first time that human fallopian tubes are abundant in mesenchymal stem cells w...

BioMed Realty Trust Expands Landmark Leases With Regeneron Pharmaceuticals

... SAN DIEGO, May 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- biomed Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: BMR ) announced today ...the very successful partnership that Regeneron and biomed have forged. BioMed's broad capabilities, creativ... In conjunction with the Regeneron expansion, biomed terminated its previous lease with Emisphere Techn...

New cow genome sequence released

...me improves considerably on other assemblies, in terms of both completeness and accuracy. The article describing their research is freely available in biomed Central's open access journal Genome Biology . The research team led by Steven Salzberg developed special-purpose software to assemble 35 million ...

BioMed Realty Trust to Present at Citi 2009 Global Property CEO Conference

... SAN DIEGO, March 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- biomed Realty Trust, Inc. (NYSE: BMR ) announced today ...595 and providing the passcode 348395. About biomed Realty Trust biomed Realty Trust, Inc. is a real estate investment tru...

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Zona pellucida

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...unoprecipitation with soluble antibodies ... A researcher's guide to companies that sell antibodies and antibody related products ... Academy biomed - antibodies to apolipoproteins ... Antibodies ... Anti-Chicken/Avian Secondary Antibodies . Anti-Donkey Secondary Antibodies . Anti-Drosophi...
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